Roman bath house
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This is a good example of a Roman bath house. The colors (assumingly) are rich and elegant feeling. Lines/columns are tall and come to a roman arch at the top. The bath is the center of the room, with evenly spaced columns surrounding it.
Roman Soldiers and civilians from all over ancient Europe would have mingled in this circular cold plunge pool at the Roman Baths in Bath, England
I loved working on this project, I learned a lot about Roman's history and architecture. Based on a topic given in class about an environment with several choices, I decided to take the Roman baths. After seeing Daniel Faber's post https://www.artstation.com/artwork/4XeGNL it made me want to make my own Roman baths. So I decided to make them in honour of the Sea god Neptune. This project gave me a lot of knowledge about modular, lighting and level art. I made this project in Unreal 5…
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Situated among the green pines, cedars and lush oak forests of the Aurès Mountains, lies El Hamma town in the Northern part of Algeria, Khenchela Province. A mild, Mediterranean climate gives way to picturesque sightings of unique natural landscapes. Among them, you can find a rare gem – an ancient Roman bath that has existed for 2000 years already and that is classified as a protected national historical heritage.
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The Roman Baths in England. They are amazing! If you ever have a chance to see them you should. When we were trying to come up with things to do on my trip, this was one I wasnt sure I would like, but it was AMAZING and I absolutely loved seeing them and being able to touch and see a piece of very old English history
The first baths seem to have lacked a high degree of planning and were often unsightly assemblages of diverse structures. However, by the 1st century CE the baths became beautifully symmetrical and harmonious structures, often set in gardens and parks. Early baths were heated using natural hot water springs or braziers, but from the 1st century BCE more sophisticated heating systems were used such as under-floor (hypocaust) heating fuelled by wood-burning furnaces (prafurniae).
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